Welcome to Foxglove Lane Studio
Capturing light and shade. Connecting more deeply to the love and loss of life and land. Sharing it all from a small patch of Mother Earth that deserves a future!
"One eye sees, the other feels." Paul Klee
I started a one year sabbatical from my job of over 20 years in January this year. For the first couple of months I struggled with a bout of shingles […]
“I see myself on the underworld side of that water, the darkness coming in fast, saying all the names I know for a lost land:” From The […]
I spent two days absorbing the art at Tate Modern and Tate Britain the other week. The retrospective of David Hockney was a treat. I don’t think I had […]
I feel ashamed to say it. But there is no doubt. Ireland is a two tier society. It’s a country where half of the population can sleep easy at night […]
She began to bellow just before 3.30 AM. There’s a hill of blazing gorse to the east and she had gotten herself up on the top of […]
We are drawn to the edge. Like so many flamingoes we like to dip our toes into the water and paddle while the sun goes down. Lisbon feels edgy in […]
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On a rainy Sunday in 2011 I posted a photo on the first Foxglove Lane Blog. Since then I've been a regular photoblogger. When you subscribe, you will get an occasional update to your inbox and a downloadable Guide to practicing Photography with Heart.
Catherine Drea is a contemplative photographer, writer and facilitator. She lives and works down a long green lane, in County Waterford, Ireland. An advocate for conservation and biodiversity, her blog has observed the beauty and decline of one small patch of the planet since February 2011.
The Foxglove Lane Blog has won a number of Irish Blog Awards for photography, including Best Photography Blog 2018. Find out more about Catherine here
You can buy signed prints of any image on this site or in the Galleries printed here in the Foxglove Lane Studio, up to A2 size and they can be posted anywhere within a few days. Please contact Catherine here.